Samsung announces the Odyssey Neo G8, the world's first 4K 240Hz monitor

02 January 2022
To be unveiled alongside more models during CES 2022.

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Would be great if there is a 49" 32:9 monitor option.

    GT , 03 Jan 2022The first? Isn't the g9 4k @ 240hz?Its Dual QHD (1440p), so the resolution is 5120 x 1440

      GT , 03 Jan 2022The first? Isn't the g9 4k @ 240hz?G9 is 5120x1440, which is about a million pixels less than the Neo G8.

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        • 03 Jan 2022

        AnonD-1030581, 03 Jan 2022Stop lying...maybe in the smartphone displays where you kee... moreOleds are more durable. Not forever but more durable than before.

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          • Mt8
          • 03 Jan 2022

          The first? Isn't the g9 4k @ 240hz?

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            • Anonymous
            • YiL
            • 03 Jan 2022

            After being spoiled by ultra wide screens I can never downgrade to a 16:9 screen again. It's like watching a new movie on an old 4:3 TV.

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              • 03 Jan 2022

              Anonymous, 03 Jan 2022Burn in was in the past. Now screens are more durable.Stop lying...maybe in the smartphone displays where you keep your display open/instance far less than on you do on Tv, or desktop OS
              Blue shifting pixel, burn in, top brightness for top notch xdr quality is still and will be an issue
              Oled is and was just a bridge between good long lasting technologies LCD and micro-LED

                Anonymous, 03 Jan 2022Burn in was in the past. Now screens are more durable.Not even remotely close to being true.

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                  • nYE
                  • 03 Jan 2022

                  Anonymous, 03 Jan 2022Linus from LTT has shown that OLED is still going to burn, ... moreTHIS

                  I have a PS Vita that is 10 years old and still used, no burn-in.

                  I have a phone with OLED screen that is now 2+ years, and the corners of the screen that are the most tortured with same static UI elements are slowly burning in, rest of the screen is fine.

                  OLED looks beautiful for desktop use, but I don't sleep on money to waste around €1100 for a OLED 3 to 4 times a year, just because I am a gamer, but also a regular heavy PC user that spends a ton of time in mostly static desktop environments.

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                    • 03 Jan 2022

                    Anonymous, 03 Jan 2022Burn in was in the past. Now screens are more durable.Linus from LTT has shown that OLED is still going to burn, even in late 2021

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                      • 6wN
                      • 03 Jan 2022

                      Anonymous, 03 Jan 2022✨ Enjoy burn in ✨Burn in was in the past. Now screens are more durable.

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                        • 03 Jan 2022

                        Anonymous, 03 Jan 2022✨ Enjoy burn in ✨OLED is only for console users . Desk top icons/shortcuts will burn in OLED pannel the first week you get from the shop .

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                          • 03 Jan 2022

                          Ivo., 03 Jan 2022It's not OLED - next!✨ Enjoy burn in ✨

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                            • 03 Jan 2022

                            Was reading this and thought this would be the one, the perfect monitor. But the joy stopped when I read it's 32". Why can't you make a 38" one Samsung, why? Better yet, a 16:10...

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                              • 03 Jan 2022

                              If someone really cares about responsiveness then he would get an OLED. A 120Hz OLED is like having a 360Hz LCD.

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                                • 03 Jan 2022

                                It's not OLED - next!

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                                  • 03 Jan 2022

                                  M8 looks good , what about screen refresh rate of this monitor ?

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                                    • k@B
                                    • 03 Jan 2022

                                    that's dope been waiting for smaller 4k screens, wish we could also get oled in that size

                                      Anonymous, 03 Jan 2022That's not the point, DSC makes sense NOW because ther... moreEh, same difference.

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                                        • 03 Jan 2022

                                        pufanu, 03 Jan 2022There's no problem with DSC, tho. It's works as i... moreThat's not the point, DSC makes sense NOW because there is no other way to run 240hz at 4K without it.

                                        But I don't see something as future proof using it, because native outside media and gaming makes more sense, but that will be possible when DP 2.0 becomes a thing on GPUs and Monitors (not the case on both for now)